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Subject: Complete August Heat File
Hello, NoSpillBlood; the full episode of August Heat, with Ronald Coleman and Dennis Hoey, can be found at #24 in the player on this page (you'll have to copy-and-paste the URL into your address bar):
Subject: 'August Heat' is incomplete
Subject: The Mental Marvel
Subject: supporting cast of Actor's Blood
Subject: One of my All-Time Favorite Radio Shows
The previous poster was concerned about on-air actors' credit; I don't know if AFRA existed in 1946, but I've heard plenty of episodes where the supporting cast was named. There were plenty others where they may have run long and had to cut, and that would have been the first thing on the list.
But I've been a fan of "Suspense" for 20 years now and own many of the shows listed here. It's still excellent entertainment, still an Outstanding half-hour of the Theatre of Thrills!
Subject: Why No Supporting Cast Credits in 1946?
Thus Myrna Loy was a Hollywood star in "Library Book," but she had an excellent supporting cast.
Must be something to do with the lack of a union. There must not have been "AFRA" at that time: American Federation of Radio Actors.
Subject: One more episode
Subject: Thank You Very Much
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Anyway, Thanks again for this wonderful web site.
Subject: tales to keep you in SUSPENSE!
Subject: Black Path of Fear, 1944
Subject: "The House in Cypress Canyon"
(the real estate agent is Hans Conreid)
It's Sam Spade who, along with us, hears the story. Pretty cool, huh?
Subject: Roma's "Theater of Thrills"
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